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What better way to say it and that the legacy lives on enjoying this morning outside fire lemonade stand with Liz Scott.
It was -- mom and Alex who had eight years old died of childhood cancer.
But she was the wind was the inspiration for the picture we see right there Alex's lemonade stand.
And now fifty million dollars later you're here today carrying on her memory.
We are so lucky.
-- talent that's there.
Your child but also.
This -- and it would be able to help some of the other kids.
So today we're out here sharing lemonade with so many folks soon joining us on the plaza because you're announcing a great partnership for the second year in a row now with Toys 'R' Us what's going to be happening next.
So June has always been a big month for us because that's when Alex started understand we have stands up well over the last year Toys 'R' Us doing just this year they're back again.
People can donate and all the to exacerbate the and it's really about getting people involved in the cause that's really important.
So this fifty million dollars that you've raised I think a lot of people would be interested in knowing.
Who has that helps and where have we gotten rid childhood cancer prevention.
We have been able to fund of over 220 research projects that seventy different institutions.
The money is really having an impact.
There it's -- super important times of -- pediatric cancer research because they're really on the brink of a lot of major discoveries they can do things much more efficiently with technology.
But the funding has not been so we've been able to step in and a lot of that stuff.
And we're really seeing some huge progress lot of there's a big news story last week about one of the studies have found a miracle here -- -- relaxed lymphoma.
Every day they're making progress and it's really exciting to see did you ever think when you were battling cancer with your own child.
That -- many years later you would be standing here are still carrying on her legacy in such a fantastic way.
Now I mean I I feel lucky it's obviously still very at times.
It was the progress had been made fifteen years ago so things would have been different for Alex but.
You know you can't always -- which it -- exactly what you want in life and I feel very lucky to have.
An idea about which -- this incredible inspiration and -- and to be able to see how it's impacted other children is really more than I could hope for.
We'll of course link the Toys 'R' Us information and how you can start your own lemonade stand on our website FOX & Friends dot com.
-- a special tips about how you make the best limited.
Well you know like Alex that it doesn't matter it's always good it's for -- -- Lebanese.
Should be called upcoming attacks could sit people at me.
This delicious Liz thanks so much -- -- FOX & Friends that we come back.
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